Mitosis Concepts 10.18

Mitosis Concepts 10.18 - Clicker: In a repressible operon...

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Clicker: In a repressible operon the repressor protein is made in an ___ shape (form) and ____ bid to the operator preventing ______? Inactive, does not, transcription Clicker: A cell in anaphase of mitosis will have how many chromosomes and how much DNA compared to that same cell when it was in G2 of interphase? Twice as many, same amount Clicker: Human somatic cells contain between 7 and 14 picograms of DNA. A cell containing 7 picograms would most likely be in which stage/stages of the cell cycle? G1; unreplicated, so lower amount of DNA Clicker: Human somatic cells contains between 7 and 14 picograms of DNA. A cell containing 9.5 picograms would most likely be in which stage/stages of the cell cycle? Eucaryotes regulate at which of the following levels? CELL CYCLE - The life of the cell - Cytokinesis - G1 - S: Synthesis of DNA - G2 - Cell Divison - All cells go through this cycle, point where cells stop dividing and stay in g1 or g2 - Figure 12.5 - Interphase: G1, S, G2 CELL REPRODUCTION: Eucaryotes
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course BIOL 1201 taught by Professor Wishtichusen during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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